Polytex is one of the leading manufacturers of tarpaulins in Australia. We manufacture a diverse range of tarps to suit clients in a myriad of industries and business areas. From poultry curtains to grain bunker tarps, we have it all. Unlike other manufacturers, we focus on continual expansion, research and development. Our facilities feature machines and equipment that utilise cutting-edge technology to produce superior-quality tarps. The popularity of our products has spread throughout the country. Not surprisingly, mining companies in Western Australia, as well as agricultural entities on the eastern seaboard, use our products to meet a myriad of requirements.
When it comes to tarps designed for use in industrial facilities, Polytex is peerless. Whether you require dam liners, wall dividers or roof linings, we can give you any kind of tarp product that you seek. We specialise in the fabrication of long and large covers. We also carry out bulk production runs for all kinds of tarpaulin items. Our facilities can easily produce more than 15,000 square metres of tarps on any given day. The sheer versatility and cost-effectiveness of our products make them yield optimal value for your money. To order a custom tarp for your facility, call us at 1300 059 003.
Year after year, many Australians purchase tarpaulins for a diverse range of reasons. In the rural areas, agriculture is the main source of livelihood for many people. Not all farmers are fortunate enough to have adequate water supplies for irrigating their fields. In such cases, tarpaulins make ideal pond and dam liners. Similarly, not all farmers have the ability to construct permanent structures for storing their agricultural produce during the harvest season. However, leaving the grain exposed to the elements and rodents is hardly a viable alternative. In this scenario, grain bunker tarps can be quite handy for keeping the grain or hay safe.
In commercial and industrial facilities too, tarpaulins make themselves useful in a number of ways. Manufacturing facilities often have large halls and work areas. But, not all such facilities utilise this space optimally. Situations inevitably arise where owners of such facilities need to create pockets or compartments for meeting various needs. Building walls is not always a worthwhile solution. This is especially so in case the requirement is temporary in nature. In this scenario, using tarpaulins as factory dividers or warehouse divider curtains can remedy the situation easily.
Since the 1990s, Polytex Tarpaulins has been at the forefront of providing superlative tarpaulin products to clients across the country. With more than 50 years of experience in the fabrics sector, we have the wherewithal necessary to supply specialist tarpaulin products to all kinds of industries. Fabricating long and large tarpaulin covers is our speciality. In addition, we do bulk production runs for a diverse range of tarpaulin items too. Our facilities feature state-of-the-art equipment that can produce over 15,000 square metres of tarpaulins daily.
Australian farmers need the right tools for safeguarding their investments. This is regardless of whether they are growing crops or raising livestock. As such, quality tarpaulins are one of the tools they rely on extensively. Poly tarps come in a wide range of shapes, sizes and colours. Each tarp will usually suit a specific application. For instance, some tarpaulins are ideal for use in cattle shade structures. But, you could use them for other purposes as well.
Polytex has a skilled and experienced workforce. In addition, it utilises state-of-the-art equipment for manufacturing its tarps. Unlike other suppliers, we use advanced technology including CAD drawings and computerised fabric plotting & cutting for manufacturing welded tarpaulin fabric products. This enables us to supply tarps ideal for agricultural, industrial and commercial use. Not surprisingly, our reputation for supplying quality grain bunker tarps and eco shelters has spread across Australia. Companies from WA to the eastern seaboard of Australia using our products to meet a myriad of needs.
Some warehouses start their daily operations early in the morning, and during these times, forklifts will usually start driving around as they move goods and items, and supervisors also start shouting orders to their teams—yes, shouting is often necessary in order to make their voices heard over the noise created by the forklifts and other machineries that are already running. The point is that during these hours and throughout the rest of the work day, the warehouse can turn into one noisy work space.
Warehouses don’t only serve as a stocking place for a company’s goods and items. In many cases, they also serve as offices for the different departments of the company. The problem though is that because of the noise generated by the equipment, machineries and the people operating them, some employees in other departments get distracted, causing them to lose focus. Needless to say, this can have a negative effect on their productivity.
To address this problem, it is recommended that companies consider installing excellent quality warehouse curtains or factory dividers with noise reduction features like our Sound Stop Acoustic Screens. These are made from vinyl, polyester, or PVC materials loaded with minerals that enhances their noise reduction characteristics and are suitable for any situation or environment that have problems with noise issues. Keep in mind that the materials used here are not the ordinary tarps that are used as grain bunker tarps or hay tarps, so don’t confuse buying ordinary tarps from those that have noise reduction capabilities.
If you are looking for top of the line composting covers, you can count on us to deliver. Here at Polytex, we spend time and effort in knowing your exact needs and requirements before we commence with the manufacturing process—the same principle we apply whether we’re making composting covers, eco shelters or other types of tarps for whatever purpose. We don’t just focus on the tarp and fabric itself, but we also take into consideration the compost base product and the geographical location as well. In addition, our composting covers can be manufactured with sleeved edges that allows you to insert pipes which is helpful in holding the tarp down in place using a cover clamp. Along that lined, the clamp arrangement allows you to release and pull back the tarp with ease so you can turn the windrow as needed.
As Australia’s leading tarp manufacturer and supplier, you can rely on our commitment to quick and quality service. So whether you want a quote or would like to discuss your composting cover needs, or would like to enquire about our other products factory dividers, grain bunker tarps and others, never hesitate to get in touch with us. Our team of experts is always ready to help you with your questions.
Composting covers are considered to be an affordable yet very effective means of improving moisture control when it comes to the composting process. In many cases, the composting covers are manufactured using synthetic fibers that provide a lightweight but very durable blanket which is capable of shedding up to 100% of the moisture off from the compost windrow while at the same time allowing for gases like oxygen and carbon dioxide to flow freely. The same type of fabric is often used for other purposes like as grain bunker tarps for instance. This permeability can be observed if you take a piece of the fabric used as composting cover and hold it up against the light, where you should see minuscule holes that allow gases to pass through.
With regards to water-shedding ability, this is mostly achieved through gravity and the free-flowing properties of water. When water and moisture, either brought about by rain or dew formation, accumulates in the composting cover, it naturally slides down the sides and to the edge of the composting cover due to gravitational forces. The same principle applies when tarps are used as hay tarps covers. But aside from keeping water off, composting covers also perform a crucial function of keeping the composting pile from drying off completely by reducing moisture loss. This is especially true and a crucial factor to be considered in hot and dry places.
There is also the issue of composting odours, which most of the time can be really unpleasant and often smells as odorous as the one you smell in pig shelters. There are but a few researches that studies and analyses just how composting covers can help with odour control. However, there are many intelligent guesses as to how this works. For one, it is believed that the odour is incapable of escaping through the composting cover because they are trapped and held in the fibers of the composting covers. Another plausible explanation is that the odours may be present, but they don’t cause too much of a bother because they are not being blown by the wind since the composting covers have wind-resistant properties. Lastly, composting covers help to protect the windrows from excessive moisture, which sometimes lead to anaerobic activities which can cause bad odours to develop.
People who toil daily in their fields will know best the value of a plentiful harvest. An abundant yield can undoubtedly make all the hours of hard labour in the fields seem worthwhile. To many people, it might seem that a good harvest can get rid of all kinds of headaches. But, plentiful harvests do end up creating a different kind of headache i.e. the headache of storing the produce safely. After all, not everyone has temporary warehousing space for storing this yield.
When farmers need to cope with seasonal peaks, they will invariably consider all their onsite storage options. Many Australian farmers use grain storage bunkers and silos for storing their agricultural produce. Prudent farmers often construct these structures onsite. This enables them to increase the volume of grain that they can store onsite. Constructing these structures is not only worthwhile, but also cost effective in the long run. Unfortunately, not all farmers have the means to pay for the construction of these structures. As a result, they need to rely on utilising temporary storage structures that are more affordable and flexible.
For many years, farmers across the country have utilised tarps for a myriad of purposes. For some, tarps offer immense utility as cattle or livestock shade structures. These structures keep the cattle comfortable and protected from the elements. Others use tarps for securing their hay from the elements. For instance, hay and grain bunker tarps can keep your grain safe in all-weather conditions. More importantly, these tarps can protect your crops from a variety of rodents and pests too.
Grain bunker tarps and hay tarps are easy to spot all over Australia. These tarps are invaluable for farmers, especially during the harvest season. Not many farmers can afford to set up permanent storage structures for storing their agricultural produce. Leaving them out in the open could leave them exposed to the elements. Alternatively, leaving the crops uncovered could render them susceptible to attacks by rats and other kinds of pests. In either scenario, leaving your grain or hay uncovered could nullify months of hard labour.
But, tarps do not merely come into use in the agricultural sector. They are invaluable in industries and factories as well. If you have a large expanse of space and want to partition it, you might consider the merits of erecting a wall. However, a wall will be inconvenient if your requirements are temporary in nature. In this scenario, tarps can be very handy. You could use them to create factory dividers or warehouse divider walls. Thereafter, once you have accomplished your objectives, you could easily remove these tarps and put them away for subsequent use.
At Polytex Tarpaulins, we specialise in manufacturing big tarpaulins to suit a myriad of applications. Our products are ideal for use in the agricultural, industrial, mining and transportation sectors. The high quality and versatility of our tarpaulins makes them ideal for use as livestock shade structures in farms. At the same time, you could use them to meet your temporary warehousing needs as well.
People in the transportation sector, often use flatbed trucks and other vehicles for transporting goods and other cargo. Some individuals transport their property by trucks as well. In either instance, large and small materials can easily fly out of the back of the truck when the truck is in motion. This will naturally result in the loss of materials or cargo. The material will invariably end up littering the roads. Even worse, it could end up hitting vehicles and motorists that are directly behind the truck too.
Partitioning a large plant can be quite useful. It can help you make effective utilisation of your available space. At the same time, it can yield smaller workspaces that are more efficient and manageable. Erecting a permanent divider or wall will be costly. It could well be a hindrance too. This is especially so if you require flexibility or if your needs keep changing. To create temporary (or permanent) factory dividers without spending too much, factory and warehouse owners often use tarps. These tarps can enhance safety levels in the partitioned areas. In addition, they can reduce the volume of sound as well to boost the efficiency levels of your workers.
When you purchase polytarps from us, you will come across an extensive range of products. Our fabric wall and divider curtains are a cost-effective solution. They are ideal for use in areas that need partition systems. And, if you use them in enclosures, they make ideal covers for cattle and pig shelters. They can provide effective dust and air control, which is essential for keeping your belongings safe. This is regardless of whether your belongings comprise livestock, hay or crops or expensive machines and equipment.
As mentioned earlier, constructing a permanent wall will be costly. It could consume a lot of time as well. And, if you only require the divider for a few months, a permanent wall could well become an impediment. By using tarps as your industrial curtains, you will not have to spend much money. Tarps are easy to install and remove too. Moreover, in terms of flexibility and versatility, they are second to none. This is why you can consider using them as eco shelters for some time and as grain bunker tarps on other occasions. As divider curtains, these tarps can enhance privacy levels. In addition, they can provide a physical separation without compromising on flexibility or durability.
Live load, or those brief temporary loads that is caused by someone or something atop the cattle shade structures and thus putting weight and stress on it. In a solid roofed structure, these live loads are often caused by humans standing on top of the roof probably fixing something. In the case of shade fabric structures, these live loads may be caused by water that has pooled onto the centre of the shade fabric after a light rain or falling branches from nearby trees. In the case of water log, shade cloths are often design with mesh and holes to allow the water to disperse and thus avoid pooling. However, it sometimes happens that these holes become clogged and thereby prevents the water from falling off.
There may be other things that can cause undue stress on your cattle shade structures and the shade fabric that you used, but the three kinds of load mentioned above are the most common issues that owners of cattle shade structures usually encounter. However, as can be gleaned from the above paragraphs, these issues can be remedied using the proper materials and correct installation. This is why while building your cattle shade structures (or any other livestock shade structure like pig shelters and others), you may want to consult an engineer or a professional builder to help you out. Doing so may cause you to spend more money than what you originally intended to spend, but the investment will definitely be worth it.
If you are looking for quality tarps and shades for you cattle shade structures, poultry curtains, or shade cloths and fabrics for your hay tarps or bunker tarps, please feel free to get in touch with us at 1300 059 003 or leave a message in our contact page for all your enquiries. We have a wide range of high quality tarps and products that make for excellent factory dividers, grain bunker tarps, and other uses.